Our 12 years of cultivation industry experience have provided us with invaluable insight on not only the importance of facility hygiene by keeping plant killing pathogens controlled, but also the equal importance of staying compliant in front of regulation changes as they happen. Knowing how to value engineer a cultivation facility and getting you GMP compliant is our specialty.The green industry is still growing. This means the regulations and standards are changing all the time, which can lead to a lot of downtime if you’re not prepared.
Our team’s past industry experience has allowed us to work in almost every legal state. It doesn’t matter if it’s medical or recreation. In our opinion, the minimum standard growing environment will have to be pharmaceutical-grade cultivation facilities. All cultivation facilities will have to become GMP compliant when the federal authorities regulate the industry. Across the board, massive amounts of cultivation and production facilities will be required to meet new standards in regulations.
Don’t leave your crops vulnerable to plant-killing pathogens. Micro cracks can harbor diseases that can ultimately create a crop loss or the worst case of a product recall. Just having a polished concrete floor can lead to future downtime when regulations change. Soon, the green industry will have a change in policy where federal scrutiny will become the standard.
A polished concrete floor is not sufficient for an agricultural environment. Concrete floors are easily scratched by heavy machinery or even foot traffic, making them difficult to clean. That can lead to unsanitary conditions, making it easy for foreign materials such as dirt and dust to become trapped in cracks and fissures where pathogens can grow.